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  • Clockwork before the Clock | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    Article Year of Publication 1956 Authors de Price Derek Solla J Journal Title Horological Journal Volume 98 Σελίδες 4 Start Page 31 Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Εισέλθετε στο σύστημα ή εγγραφείτε για να υποβάλετε σχόλια Rate This Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yet Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access

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  • The Metonic and Callippic Cycles | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    Article Year of Publication 1924 Authors Fotheringham J K Journal Title Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Volume 84 Σελίδες 10 Start Page 383 Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Εισέλθετε στο σύστημα ή εγγραφείτε για να υποβάλετε σχόλια Rate This Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yet Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance

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  • Bibliography | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    Επικοινωνία You are here Bibliography Bibliography Found 1 results 1924 The Metonic and Callippic Cycles Fotheringham J K Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Volume 84 p 10 1924 Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup current site Replace Drupal core Run update php for core Download

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  • Περί τον θησαυρόν των Αντικυθήρων : Αστρολάβος, αναφορικά ωρολόγια, μηχανικά δρομόμετρα | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    μηχανικά δρομόμετρα Τίτλος Περί τον θησαυρόν των Αντικυθήρων Αστρολάβος αναφορικά ωρολόγια μηχανικά δρομόμετρα Publication Type Book Year of Publication 1910 Authors Ράδος Κωνσταντίν Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Εισέλθετε στο σύστημα ή εγγραφείτε για να υποβάλετε σχόλια Rate This Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yet Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify

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  • Τα εξ Αντικυθήρων ευρήματα | Πρόγραμμα Μελέτης Μηχανισμού Αντικυθήρων
    εξ Αντικυθήρων ευρήματα Publication Type Book Year of Publication 1907 Authors Στάης Βαλέριος City Αθήναι Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Εισέλθετε στο σύστημα ή εγγραφείτε για να υποβάλετε σχόλια Rate This Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awesome No votes yet Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules

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  • The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Radiographs The digital radiographs of all the known remaining fragments of the Antikythera Mechanism that were acquired by X Tek Systems using their BladeRunner System are available for viewing and download on the website of Shaw Inspection Systems formerly X Tek Industrial The digital radiographs available include all the Main Fragments fragments A to G and the all the Small Fragments fragments 1 to 75 and were obtained using X Tek s BladeRunner CT system Read more Full resolution PTM The surfaces of the 82 remaining fragments of the Antikythera Mechanism imaged by the HP Labs team are available for download at the HP Labs download page 82 PTMs are listed this number being a coincidence since some small fragments are grouped into a single PTM and the larger fragments are imaged on more than one PTM per fragment You will have to download the PTM viewer available on the same page to browse the data on your computer Read more Solid Models of the Antikythera Mechanism The first model of the Antikythera Mechanism was actually build in the 1930s by Ioannis Theofanides A model based on Derek Price s work was built in the 1980s by Robert Deroski and donated by Price to the National Archaeological Museum in Athens In Australia clockmaker Frank Percival made a model based on the research done by Allan Bromley and Michael Wright who subsequently developed his own model With the new results and the latest gearing diagram from the Antikythera Mechanism Research Project new models are being built by other researchers with some being working models The results of the AMRP have been integrated into at least three models made by Michael Wright Dionysios Kriaris Massimo Vicentini and Tatjana van Vark while the Research Group is developing a model based on the ongoing

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  • The Zodiacal "curved disc" of Chevroches (France) | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    lightly decentred from the other circles putting into perspective the accuracy of this scientific object 3 The engraver divided the surface between the second circle and the periphery of the curved disc in 3 equal parts of 30 each Then he defined the perimeter of the instrument by subdividing each of the 12 parts delimited previously by 6 equal graduations in principle 4 The inscriptions have been engraved during a last step Indeed the engraving of some letters are above some lines or some circles previously engraved 5 Then this curved disc have probably been fixed on a spherical support by the way of a tin brazing visible on the inferior face of the object The instrument may have been maintained in a diametric way on a part of its diameter A deformation on its lateral part tends to show that this object may have been extracted of its support when somebody thrown it out We can start the reading of this curved disc by Thoth the first Egyptian month which begins on our 28th day of august or 29 for leap year This object doesn t consider the 5 added days 6 for leap years since Julian calendar s reform Indeed the civil Egyptian calendar counted regular months of 30 days which had the consequence of 5 to 6 days addition at the end of each year Here the concurrence between Roman and Egyptian months is obtained in such approximate way The use of Greek alphabet the references at Egyptian s zodiacal signs and months the attempt to make a correspondence between Egyptian and Roman calendar This rare object may have been used by someone with solid astrologic knowledge If the practice came from a long tradition it s procedures are really complex to analyse The technique of embossing some metal is a speciality in Gaule This object is certainly inspired of an Egyptian model created around the Alexandrian School because of the ability to use Greek language and its abbreviations The stratigraphic context 340 350 AD The Epigraphic estimation P Cauderlier End of 3th century AD 4th century AD 1st Hypothesis An astro LO gic use The astrologist began with overlaying his sky map drawn on papyrus or on wood table for example with the ecliptic s median plan oriented on the top of the sky and then he installed 2 zodiacal signs Then with the help of calculation tables like Theon s tables known in antiquity s literature he determined the middle and the bottom of the sky and then he established the position of the planets by looking his sky map By turning the table on 180 he wrote the name of the zodiac signs With an instrument like Chevroche s curved disc the astrologist could transfer his day data to establish his customer s horoscope or to look the positive and negative dates like Tryphon s Horoscope University of Oxford England But the practise of this discipline is complex and requires the assimilation of specific

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  • Michael Wright's model | The Antikythera Mechanism Research Project
    Events News List of events Exhibitions News FAQ Bibliography Credits Contact You are here Michael Wright s model Michael Wright s model Bookmark Search this post with Google Plus One Pinterest Login or register to post comments Tweets by antikytheradive Upgrade tasks Check upgrade status Update modules Enable maintenance mode Verify maintenance theme Verify access to update php Disable non core modules Verify default theme Backup current site Replace Drupal

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